Penang, Malaysia - The Maroc Web Awards competition has started! It is time to select some of the most inspiring Moroccan people who deserve our recognition and appreciation.
Penang, Malaysia – The Maroc Web Awards competition has started! It is time to select some of the most inspiring Moroccan people who deserve our recognition and appreciation.
For those who have never heard of Maroc Web Awards, it is a huge online competition that includes major people of influencers, entrepreneurs, opinion leaders, journalists, and others, all competing in different categories such as blogging, Youtube, FaceBook pages, etc…
Without further ado, let me introduce the list of my favorite participants. They all share the same passion, they all chose different paths, but there is one thing that connects them all. They are Morocco’s travel bloggers.
Omar is living the dream of so many students. He balances his studies and doing what he loves doing the most: traveling! A handsome, 22-year-old studying in London, Omar has already visited more than 26 countries around the world. He shares the best tips and spots of the places he visits through his informative vlogs and blogs.
Patrick and Khalid Khouna have gone for an unusual concept: they have left Morocco to literally experience the tastes of southeast Asia, and soon the rest of the world, by volunteering in every country they visit.
Khouna started his journey with as little as MAD 4000. Armed only with a passion for cuisine and his indispensable Marrakeshi accent, he embarked on his world tour with just one motto: “Traveling is really not that complicated.” Do you agree? If so, you should definitely vote and follow this webseries.
Nominated for Facebook, Video and Youtuber.
Nadia and Mike are our sweethearts. Just like any other permanent travellers, Nadia and Mike quit everything for the sake of wanderlust. They started their nomadic journey in April, 2014, and they have already been to South America, Asia, Oceania, and the Pacific Islands. Nominated for Facebook, Instagram and Blogger.
Jihad is a 20-year-old fellow traveller. She first inherited her wanderlust from her father, who would take her on long trips across Morocco and Europe. Her first solo trip was when she volunteered in Peru at the age of 18. She now lives in Paris studying business, but that is not stopping her from travelling whenever she gets the chance. Not only does she have a wonderful blog to share with us, she also has an unpublished novel and a short story. And remember, she is only twenty! Nominated forBlogger.
Traveling was a mission for Imane since she had first done it for her job. Soon enough, she realized she was already too deep in the addiction and there was no way out. She got hooked on travelling and is now sharing her adventures in her blog. Vote for her here. Nominated for Online Article.
Seif, just like his blog name, followed a unique path when he decided to quit his job in Paris in 2014 and go on and adventure around the world.
His photographs are so realistic, they make you want to quit your job as well and do the exact same thing! Don’t forget to vote for him. Nominated for Instagram.
Youssef currently lives in France and refuses to be a mere tourist taking pictures during his travels. Rather, he shows people another form of tourism: solidarity and unity. and he is sharing that concept with us through his photographs. Show him your solidarity by voting for him. Nominated for Video.
Rita is enjoying every bit of her travel experience. For her, traveling allows her to discover beautiful places and people, and is also a very good opportunity to take a “great shot of good energy.” If you are sick and tired of your daily routine, let Rita show you how to fully enjoy your time. Nominated for Blogger.
Ghita and Amine are another Moroccan sweetheart duo; everyone calls them A&G. They left everything- their jobs, their flat, and all of their belongings to travel around the world in 365 days. They have been to India, Nepal, Thailand, the Philippines, Borneo, Malaysia, Indonesia, and Australia, and are currently exploring South America.
Amine and Ghita are aiming to spend most of their time with locals and to exchange cultural knowledge with them, and they want you to do the same! Follow them to learn how. Nominated for Instagram, Blogger.
Tarek Bekkouri, at 25 years old, studies Economic Science and Management in Morocco. He is also an intrepid and adventurous globe-trotter, unable to ignore the call of adventure. Tarek is fascinated by the world, by people, and by the multitude of landscapes all around us. Vote for him and follow his blog for his funny moments around the globe. Nominated for Blogger.
Welcome to the world of 26-year-old Nawal, the girl who left her comfort zone in so many ways and learned how to enjoy the little curveballs life throws at her and turn them into breathtaking adventures. Find her story here. Nominated for Facebook page.
Maghrabe fel Ghorba is a webserie following Morad around the world to show the fun moments and the hardships of life abroad. Follow him and vote for him to know what to do and what to avoid when you are abroad. Nominated for Video.
Polish expat Monica, who is not Moroccan but worth being part of this list, shows Morocco from a different and unique perspective. Follow her to get the best insider tips from an outsider. Nominated for Blogger.
Baba Louay is not only a travel blogger but also a life Guru. He is an inspiring person to follow. Be warned! Once you start reading his articles or embracing his mantra you will be addicted! He will make you want to do yoga challenges, write and read poetry, talk to strangers, and smile a lot more than usual. Nominated for Digital Events.
Adil believes that travel is the way to become wiser. He has been on the road for 4 years in more than 100 countries capturing souls with his camera. He founded three different projects: Humans of the World, Dude Nomad, Comics Around the Worldand a start up that allows him to work from anywhere. Nominated for Blogger.
Morocco once produced one of the greatest travelers of all times, the legendary Ibn Battuta. Today, Morocco has more than just one Ibn Battuta, and they are all brilliantly unique in their own way. Each one of them holds a story behind their travels; each one of them is wandering for the only purpose of exploring and discovering whatever this world is holding for us. Today, Moroccan travel bloggers are the new Ibn Battuta. Let us all contribute in promoting travel and the passion to know the unknown by voting, following, and sharing the adventures of these inspiring people.
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